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General (Physical Sciences) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Birmingham

We have 12 General (Physical Sciences) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Birmingham

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We have 12 General (Physical Sciences) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Birmingham

Joint MTC-UoB PhD Scholarship on Laser Enabled Hybrid-Manufacturing Technologies for Surface Functionalisation

Project brief. This PhD project will be focused on developing and implementing hybrid manufacturing solutions that integrate laser surface processing/structuring/texturing (LSPST) with complementary processes, e.g. Read more

Developing optical ultrasound sensors for photoacoustic imaging

Summary. A funded PhD studentship is available in the University of Birmingham’s Photoacoustic Imaging Group, based in the Institute of Cardiovascular Science in the College of Medical and Dental Sciences. Read more

Target tracking and detection in complex clutter environments

The Microwave Integrated Systems Laboratory at the University of Birmingham is offering a PhD studentship with Thales UK as part of their recently awarded Industrial Cooperative Award in Science & Technology (iCASE). Read more

Chemical Recycling of Plastics Case Study Poly Ethylene Terephthalate (PET) – Catalyst and Process Scale Up

There is an urgent need to devise processes for recycling plastics, with an estimated total of 8300 million metric tonnes of plastics produced to date, of which less than 10% have been recycled overall. Read more

Using Extreme Value Statistics to Quantify Space Weather Risk

The University of Birmingham is developing a programme of world leading research in the field of Space Environment. As part of the plan to develop the group, an opportunity has arisen for a fully funded PhD studentship. Read more

Cryogenic silicon optomechanics

Quantum mechanics has triggered the development of the crucial technology for modern optical precision measurements. lasers. However, the Heisenberg uncertainty principle for the amplitude and phase quadrature of the laser field sets fundamental limits on the precision of the interferometric measurements. Read more
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